Kennedy O’Callaghan Architects and the Prince’s Regeneration Trust have undertaken a consultation event for the revamp of Bletchley Park.
The new masterplan for the second world war code-breaking site in Buckinghamshire has been agreed by the site’s trustees and includes the restoration of some of the 1940s buildings in the park.
Janie Price, partner at Kennedy O’Callaghan, said: “It went extremely well. All the points to look at again are minor details. We will submit a planning application next year.”
The Bletchley Park Trust was awarded a £460,000 first round pass from the Heritage Lottery Fund in autumn 2009 to work up the development phase of the scheme.